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Tottenham apologise to fans and issue refund details following stadium delay

• We are hugely frustrated at this late stage, club says• Location of Champions League games still unconfirmedTottenham have made a new apology to their fans as uncertainty continued following the decision to delay the opening of their new stadium.Spur…

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Is the US falling out of love with European clubs’ summer tours?

The International Champions Cup is still capable of attracting huge crowds in the US, but away from the marquee games, attendances were downWhatever you do, don’t call it pre-season. Meaningless games are now a thing of the past, at least according to …

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Football transfer rumours: Spurs’ Christian Eriksen to PSG for £100m?

Today’s fluff wants all you gappers and finger snappers Having failed to recruit a single player before the time available for incoming deals ran out, Tottenham’s summer transfer window is only now starting to hot up, with this morning’s newspapers lin…

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Tottenham are forced back to Wembley by safety concerns at home

• Premier League matches with Liverpool and Cardiff moved• Spurs pay undisclosed amount to reserve national stadiumQuestions have been raised over the safety of Tottenham’s new stadium after the club announced it is to delay the opening of the £850m ve…

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Dele Alli gets Tottenham off to a winning start against Newcastle

In Mauricio Pochettino’s native Argentina interest rates have been held at an emergency 40% since May and, the plummeting peso has prompted the government to request an emergency $50bn dollar loan from the International Monetary Fund.It all rather make…

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Newcastle United 1-2 Tottenham Hotspur: Premier League – live reaction!

Early headers from Jan Vertonghen and Dele Alli ensured Spurs started the season with victory in an entertaining game at St James’ Park 2.36pm BST Post-match interviewsDele Alli “Everyone knows the first game’s a big one and you want to get off to a go…

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Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur: match preview

Mauricio Pochettino has become the first Premier League manager to blame Brexit for an underwhelming transfer window – Pochettino claims it has added to the cost of the club’s new ground – and Newcastle fans are planning protests against the owner, Mik…

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Mauricio Pochettino says costs of Brexit helped lead to no signings

• Tottenham manager says fall of pound has been obstacle• ‘Building new training ground was massive investment’Mauricio Pochettino says he “feels sorry for the English people” as the effects of Brexit, including on the cost of Spurs’ new stadium, begin…

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How the season began 30 years ago: TV money, transfers and Tony Cottee

A new TV deal brings about huge transfer fees, Liverpool spend big and Spurs need to sort out stadium issues. Sound familiar?By Steven Pye for That 1980s Sports BlogEnglish football was on its knees in the late 1970s and early 1980s as hooliganism and …

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for on the opening weekend

Manchester United and Leicester under pressure to start well, Emery’s formidable opening task, heightened ambitions for Brighton and Wolves Related: Summer transfer window verdict: how every Premier League club fared Related: Transfer window 2018 – ev…

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